Historic Walking Areas in Warsaw

Top Historic Walking Areas in Warsaw, Poland

Historic Walking Areas in Warsaw

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  • Peter J
    Warsaw, Poland18 contributions
    Always a favourite place to visit when inWarsaw. We often go there for a walk on our own,and it is a must go place whenever we have visitors from abroad.
    Written May 7, 2022
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  • leuveen
    United Kingdom1,045 contributions
    The most important part of the Old Town, the main square is surrounded by beautiful town houses and full of restaurants and cafes. Definitely a place to go to if you are in Warsaw - especially if you've never been here before!
    Written April 2, 2022
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  • leuveen
    United Kingdom1,045 contributions
    The main street leading to the Old Town and Castle Square - great architecture everywhere, this is a fantastic place for a stroll. Lots of cafes and restaurants make it easy to enjoy the walk even int he cold weather!
    Written April 2, 2022
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  • Danno_99
    Europe1,722 contributions
    The central indoor market in unimpressive. A small supermarket, some clothes stores, a couple of antique shops, hairdressers, hair salon and assorted services. A couple of good baked goods shops, though.
    The real market is in the surrounding passages and outside - a ton of fresh food stalls some of which have locals queuing up to buy (20 varieties of eggs... 15 varieties of tomatoes... amazing to see) plus other stuff (pet supplies, cleaning supplies, sewing stuff, clothes, flowers etc)
    Written August 29, 2021
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  • Giuseppe S
    Antwerp, Belgium864 contributions
    Go with a guide (many tours of the Jewish ghetto can be had) to fully understand the history of this street where a wall used to stand,not just nice restaurants and buildings refurbished...... Now only several plaques remind us of that tragic past.
    Written April 17, 2016
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  • 545medva
    Budapest, Hungary3,972 contributions
    This street connects the Stary Rynek and the Castel Square. Full of souvenir shops, restaurants and there are two churches too.
    Written June 27, 2019
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  • Phayao13
    Stockholm, Sweden3,291 contributions
    Post-war neglect hit the street hard ,you can still notice the disrepair.But most people note undergoing redevelopment and transferring from the poor bohemian to new occupation of middle-class .
    Written May 12, 2019
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  • 545medva
    Budapest, Hungary3,972 contributions
    When you can manage then take a walk when the Teatr Wielki illuminated. It is wonderful. Unfortunately the square is use as a parking lot, so it is difficult to make pictures. íthe other buildings are very nice as well.
    Written June 27, 2019
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  • IAN D
    Wigan, UK18,888 contributions
    Nice to see that Warsaw as a lovely walk way alomg the river. Good to see lots of sights but from a different outloook. Great view of football stadium .
    Written November 9, 2017
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  • Lady_IneP
    Ghent, Belgium210 contributions
    You can just stroll around and enjoy the quiet surroundings, but you can also visit the museum inside and some old prison cells.
    Written August 17, 2018
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  • saul g
    Tel Aviv, Israel1,099 contributions
    Freta street is a street in the New Town in Warsaw . It runs from Nowomiejska street (at the junction with Mostowa and Długa streets , about 3 minutes walk from the Barbican) to the intersection of: Zakroczymska , Franciszkańska and Kościelna streets . It is a pedestrian street that can take you back into history , or may let you enjoy strolling calmly , visit churches , small shops and galleries , or have a bite in one of the tempting restaurants/cafes spread along the cobbled stone street . (google up for detailed history ) .
    This street , and the New Town area is not as touristic and crowded as the neighboring Old Town area , but still , it may offer you a lot of attractions , during your peaceful stroll there .
    Highly recommended
    Written May 25, 2019
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  • saul g
    Tel Aviv, Israel1,099 contributions
    The Memorial Route of Jewish Martyrdom and Struggle in Warsaw is built to commemorate people, events and places of the Warsaw Ghetto during the German occupation of Poland . It starts near the Polin museum , at the corner of Anielewicza str. and Zamenhofa str. , along Zamenhofa , on to Dubois and Stawki , ending near the Umschlagplatz Monument . The memorial route contains along it ,17 stone tomb like blocks , inscribed with names (including the Mila 18 Anielewicza Bunker monument .
    Important to see , reflect and remember .
    Written May 26, 2019
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